Monthly Archives: October 2010
We get the leaders we deserve. We will get better leaders when we select those who can both dream and do. Continue reading
Brilliance is often ignored because of poor presentation. It is unfortunate, but it is true. That is why I’m excited to recommend two excellent books on making more effective presentations. Continue reading
Why you? Why now? What makes you relevant? Why should I pay attention to you rather than hit the “Next” button? The answers most of us give are wrong. Continue reading
The National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys have a record of 1 win and 3 losses. It turns out that the Dallas Cowboys have a lot in common with companies and teams everywhere—they have great talent and yet they are failing to achieve their goals.
Which brings us to you, your team, and your company.
Accepting effort in lieu of desired results creates an environment where excuses justify mediocrity. Continue reading
You can’t cut your way to growth. Profitability? Yes, at least for a while. But, growth is an animal of a completely different color.
Growth requires increasing the top line and there are only four basic ways to accomplish that: